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PC keeps restarting randomly, windows error report always says its a hardware prob or ur memory needs to be diagnosed


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#1 canatan

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Posted 17 March 2009 - 10:51 AM

i have no virus in the pc for sure.. atleast as far as i know.. all scans come out safe and i think i now know enough about computer viruses to detect when my pc gets one. thanks to uni.
anyway the pc keeps restarting randomly and sometimes windows error report says its a hardware problem, sometimes it says i shud use windows memory diagnostic (which i havent figured out how to use exactly.. what do i do with the iso image it saves to the hard disk???) and sometimes it says that i should double check my antivirus program.
apart from the restarting part. random programs keep closing randomly, like itunes, or firefox, or even my visual studio express!!!
i really dont get it at all.
how do i troubleshoot for this??
do i have bad sectors or is it a ram thing??
i've attatched the report generated by cpuz so i hope thats all the info u need... please help i hate it when the pc restarts and i'm in the middle of making a program!!! its horrible and tortorous and taxing!!!
thankyou sooooooo much .

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#2 fairjoeblue

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Posted 17 March 2009 - 12:03 PM

To learn how to use a iso file go here,

http://www.petri.co.il/how_to_write_iso_files_to_cd.htm

Make the disk & check your memory
If you get any errors the memory is bad.
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